We have two types of SSIDs:
1. The official one putting clients on our corporate network. This uses our regular DHCP-servers.
2. The guest-web where you end up on the DMZ. The Ancor-controller stands in as DHCP-server.
The Anchor-controller is on the same subnet as the regular controller while the regular DHCP-servers are several router hops away.
When connecting to the official SSID I pass the authentication but do not get a DHCP-address. When connecting to the guest-web there is no problem getting a DHCP-address.
The interface-ip is pingable from other subnets so I don't think the ip-connectivity is the problem.
We have had similar problems earlier and solved them by using backup from a working controller and just changing what is controller specific.
We're running 22.214.171.124 on a WLC 4402 and during setup there was no question of whether this was to be a Layer2 or Layer3 network. In earlier releases that question has always shown up. Can this be the problem? If so, how do I correct it?